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If you are injured in a public or private place that is 'in the public domain' you may have a compensation claim.
These types of claims are often referred to as slip, trip or fall injuries and commonly occur in parks, shopping centers and amusement venues, cafes and hotels.
Individuals, businesses and organisations (like a local council) have a duty of care to ensure the safety of people who visit their premises. Places should be hazard free with safety measures in place to prevent risk.
Types of public liability claims may include:
Public liability claims are referred to as PIPA claims because the legislation that covers the regulation of the claims process is the Personal Injury Proceedings Act Qld.
I have been injured at a public place. What can I do?